The Canadian four-piece have given their forefathers' classic the full-blown metalcore treatment. And it sounds like this...
If you missed out on nabbing one on Christmas Day, it's your lucky day.
To tie in with their recent mega cool vinyl box-set release, Alexisonfire have shot short documentary features for each of their four albums. Here's they look back on the closing chapter of their careers, 'Old Crows/Young Cardinals'.
To tie in with their recent mega cool vinyl box-set release, Alexisonfire have shot short documentary features for each of their four albums. Here's the second for 'Watch Out!'
To tie in with their recent mega cool vinyl box-set release, Alexisonfire have shot short documentary features for each of their four albums. Here's the first one for 'Alexisonfire'.
Band give some insight into what their hugely anticipated box-set means to them.
Oh, and they might be pressing some more...
We want this. We want this RIGHT NOW.
Gone, but we won't forget them.
Last night Alexisonfire began their goodbye to the UK with the first of two sold out nights at Brixton Academy. All shots by (an emotional) Ben Gibson.
A glance back at how Alexisonfire looked when they played Manchester in 2010. Final tour dates announced by the band at 4.00pm GMT!
City & Colour man admits the pressures of being in two bands made him leave Alexisonfire.
Alexisonfire have announced on their website that they have split up. Vocalist George Pettit has posted a full statement which reads as follows:
There is no good way to put it so I'm just going to say it. After 10 years, Alexisonfire has decided to part ways. I'm going to try to give you the facts about this as best I can.
Almost a year ago, Dallas informed us that he would be leaving Alexis after we finished out Old Crows / Young Cardinals tour cycle. Trying to balance his life between touring with us and at the same time quelling the success of City And Colour was a task too difficult to continue managing. He informed us that he wanted to focus his efforts on City And Colour.
Under the knowledge Dallas was leaving, we completed the Dogs Blood EP and toured Europe, Australia and Canada. Our last show in St Catharines, Ontario on December 19th 2010 was poised to be the last ever Alexisonfire concert with a lineup as we knew it. In the meantime, the rest of us discussed the future of the band. After much deliberation, we decided to continue and attempt the difficult task of replacing Dallas, but time got the best of us. Over the last six months, we all dealt with a litany of personal issues, which pulled us further and further from Alexisonfire.
In addition to that, Wade was recently asked to join another band and he felt it was an opportunity he would like to pursue.
Replacing one guitar player / singer / writer was something we thought it was possible, but replacing two would run the serious risk of perverting the legacy of what we have achieved. So we all took a good hard swallow and decided to end it so it would never get old and ugly.
Was the break up amicable? Not really. Was it necessary? Probably. Regardless, the members of this band are my family and I wish them nothing but good fortune.
As for myself, Jordan and Christopher, the future is largely unwritten. I would say this is my retirement from the business of playing music but that feels too much like famous last words. Keep your ear to the ground. There could be any number of possibilities for new projects from the remaining members of Alexis.
We have talked about doing several special releases around our ten-year anniversary and also doing a final run of shows in Canada as a farewell tour. Everything is still in the planning stages. We will release details as soon as they come to us.
In closing, I would like to offer my sincerest gratitude to the fans of Alexisonfire around the world. I am grateful to anyone who has ever taken any interest in what we did. You were the coal that stoked our engines. You have given us a spectacular decade, rich with experience and joy. I love you all.
Take solace in the fact that you live in one of the most exciting musical eras. Try to support some of your local independent artists in the same way that you supported us. A life of musical exploration is a rich and fulfilling one.
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